Directed by Andrew Ahn, the Sundance Now series is a first for deaf artists.
His speech advocated for immigrants, Muslims, women, people of color and trans and queer folk.
The struggle to overcome one's doubts, fears, and family's expectations is a theme that ran deep through three short films recently screened at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival.
In part five of our ongoing series on the shorts filmmakers of Sundance, our featured five are either en route to Utah or
The HuffPost Culture series "The Sundance Diaries" will investigate the "short" path to Sundance with regular diary-style entries from many of the 32 storytellers, animators, and documentarians whose shorts were selected this year out of a pool of 4,038.